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j.turley

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Hi,

I am attempting to import contacts from Apple's Contact/address book application into the Public contact folders in Kerio, but some things fields don't seem to import.

Does anyone know if there is any documentation explaining what fields do map and what isn't supported?

Many thanks

Jason
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j.turley

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Anyone got any idea what fields map?
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Vicky

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Hi Jason,

Last I checked when syncing with CardDAV from an iPhone to Kerio the support fields were:

Business
Home
Mobile
Assistant
Business Fax
Car
Company
Home Fax
Pager
Radio

The best way to test which fields are supported is to create a public contact in Webmail and then sync it down to Address Book via CardDAV and then you will see which fields are supported. Now if you are trying to use LDAP as the connection in Address Book then only the full name and email address will come through.

I hope this helps,
Vicky
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